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EPISODE 127: Stacey Schultz joins me on the podcast today to kick off the first episode of 2024, where we discuss women in leadership and so much more‪!‬ RUNWITHALLI LIVE

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Stacey Schultz joins me on the podcast for our 127th episode to kick off the first episode of 2024! In this episode, we discuss women's role and importance in leadership. We dive into a discussion on Stacey's success in and outside of the sport of running to her role as a lady boss, leader, wife, mother, and writer, and how she balances it all to stay healthy, sane, and fit while crushing her personal and running goals.

Stacey Schultz is the president of EducateLLC, a New York City–based company providing innovation and transformation coaching to educators. Dedicated to continuous learning, Stacey recently obtained her doctorate of education in organizational change and leadership from USC and is embarking on an executive certificate program in leadership coaching at Georgetown. An informed, creative leader with more than 20 years of experience in the field of education, she is passionate about using her skills to foster equitable and effective learning experiences for all. Stacey co-hosts the podcast “Educate U.S.” and is co-authoring the book “Transforming Collective Power” (expected 2024). In her spare time, she enjoys training for distance events, traveling to new places, getting lost in a book series, and spending time with her husband, three children, and two dogs.

Stacey is one of my athletes, and I have enjoyed working with her since late September 2022. Seeing her thrive in and outside the sport and learning from her as a female mentor, absolutely crushing it in all aspects, has been an honor. I look forward to what the New Year has and letting the fun continue. Enjoy the listen.

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Stacey Schultz joins me on the podcast for our 127th episode to kick off the first episode of 2024! In this episode, we discuss women's role and importance in leadership. We dive into a discussion on Stacey's success in and outside of the sport of running to her role as a lady boss, leader, wife, mother, and writer, and how she balances it all to stay healthy, sane, and fit while crushing her personal and running goals.

Stacey Schultz is the president of EducateLLC, a New York City–based company providing innovation and transformation coaching to educators. Dedicated to continuous learning, Stacey recently obtained her doctorate of education in organizational change and leadership from USC and is embarking on an executive certificate program in leadership coaching at Georgetown. An informed, creative leader with more than 20 years of experience in the field of education, she is passionate about using her skills to foster equitable and effective learning experiences for all. Stacey co-hosts the podcast “Educate U.S.” and is co-authoring the book “Transforming Collective Power” (expected 2024). In her spare time, she enjoys training for distance events, traveling to new places, getting lost in a book series, and spending time with her husband, three children, and two dogs.

Stacey is one of my athletes, and I have enjoyed working with her since late September 2022. Seeing her thrive in and outside the sport and learning from her as a female mentor, absolutely crushing it in all aspects, has been an honor. I look forward to what the New Year has and letting the fun continue. Enjoy the listen.

Don't forget to head to Apple Podcasts here to support the show and tap the "+Follow" button! Your support allows me to understand better what you enjoy and dislike and find the time and resources needed to push every new episode LIVE while making it great.

Thank you for listening!

Connect with Stacey Schultz
LinkedInPodcast Support the show

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